Utah Safety Committees laws & safety compliance analysis

Utah Safety Committees: What you need to know

Utah does not require employers to establish safety and health committees in their workplace. State rules recommend that employers establish a safety committee composed of management and employee representatives.

SAFETY COMMITTEE—VOLUNTARY
Utah Administrative Rules 614-1-5
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Utah rules recommend, but do not require, that employers establish a safety committee composed of management and employee representatives. The committee or an individual member of the committee must not assume the responsibility of management to maintain and conduct a safe operation. The duties of the committee should be outlined by management and may include such items as reviewing the use of safety apparel, recommending action to correct unsafe conditions, and other responsibilities.


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